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    Für alle die es interessiert. Es gibt wohl demnächst eine DVD von der damaligen Show von Motowns 25 jährigem Jubiläum. Sollen insgesamt 6 DVD s sein und viel backstage Material, Rehearsals und unveröffentlichtes Material. Die Show gab es bis dato nur aus VHS. Bisher kann man das in amerika für 79 Dollar bestellen. Ich bin mir jetzt nur nicht sicher, ob die dort gekauften DVD s auch in Europa abspielbar sind. Michael und seine Brüder und viele andere Motown Künstler sind damals bei dieser Show aufgetreten.

    https://music.yahoo.com/blogs/yahoo-...142920948.html

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      Celebrate Motown with the history-making concert and over 14 hours of bonus features in this deluxe box set.

      Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever debuted on NBC on May 16, 1983, and became an immediate sensation. The highlight that caused the most talk was Michael Jackson’s world premiere of the moonwalk (aka six seconds that changed the world) but Motown 25 had an abundance of buzzworthy moments—reunions by the Miracles, the Supremes and The Jackson 5; the first battle of the bands between The Temptations andFour Tops; and the hottest comedian in the world at the time, Richard Pryor, as host.
      You can now own this once-in-a-lifetime concert with over 14 hours of bonus features! This 6-DVD set features an extended version of the Motown 25 concert, including 20 minutes not seen in the original broadcast and exclusive bonus features including:
      • Never-before-seen Marvin Gaye & Stevie Wonder rehearsal footage
      • Roundtable discussions with Smokey Robinson, Otis Williams (The Temptations) and Duke Fakir (Four Tops)
      • Over 25 exclusive interviews with key production members and performers
      • And 9 newly-produced featurettes

      You’ll also get your own copy of the Motown 25 program and an exclusive booklet filled with information about the show and artists, production materials, behind-the-scenes photos, and more.

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      Disc #1

      THE SHOW
      • Extended version of the Motown 25 concert with over 40 classic Motown hits!

      Motown 25 Performers Roundtable featuring:
      • Smokey Robinson
      • Duke Fakir (Four Tops)
      • Otis Williams (The Temptations)
      • Suzanne de Passe (Executive Producer, Motown 25)

      Featurette: Signed, Sealed, Delivered—The Making of Motown 25

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      Disc #2

      REHEARSAL
      • Marvin Gaye Rehearsal

      Featurette: What’s Going On: Marvin Gaye

      Exclusive Interviews with:
      • Suzanne de Passe, Executive Producer, Motown 25
      • Don Mischer, Director / Producer, Motown 25


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      Disc #3

      THE REUNION
      Producers & Performers Roundtable featuring:
      • Yesterday, Today, Forever: The Motown 25 Production Roundtable featuring Suzanne de Passe (Executive Producer), Suzanne Coston (Producer), Don Mischer (Director/Producer), David Goldberg (Executive in Charge of Production), Buz Kohan (Head Writer)
      • Motown 25 Performers Roundtable Part 2 featuring Smokey Robinson, Duke Fakir (Four Tops), Otis Williams (The Temptations)

      Featurette: Reach Out I’ll Be There: The Temptations and Four Tops
      Featurette: Come and Get These Memories: Inside Hitsville
      Exclusive Interviews with:
      • Duke Fakir
      • Four Tops
      • Otis Williams
      • The Temptations
      • Claudette Robinson
      • The Miracles
      • Martha Reeves
      • Martha & the Vandellas


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      Disc #4

      HISTORY
      Songwriters Roundtable (from 1983) featuring:
      Mickey Stevenson, Former Head of A&R/Songwriter, Motown Records; Norman Whitfield, Lamont Dozier, Eddie Holland, Harvey Fuqua, Brian Holland, Ron Miller, Songwriters and Producers, Motown Records
      Featurette: Dancin’ in the Streets: The History of Motown
      Exclusive Interviews with:
      • Norman Whitfield, Songwriter and Producer (from 1983)
      • Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, Eddie Holland, Songwriters and Producers (from 1983)
      • Nick Ashford and Valerie Simpson, Songwriters, Motown Records
      • Gloria Jones, Songwriter, Motown Records
      • Shelly Berger, Manager/Former Motown Records Executive
      • Mickey Stevenson, Former Head of A&R/Songwriter, Motown Records
      • Suzanne Coston, Producer, Motown 25


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      Disc #5

      LEGACY
      Stevie Wonder Rehearsal
      Featurette: You’ve Really Got a Hold on Me: The Miracles
      Featurette: My Guy: Smokey Robinson
      Featurette: I Heard It through the Grapevine: Motown Sound
      Featurette: Motown 25 Reboot: The 5.1 Surround Sound Mix
      Exclusive Interviews with:
      • Smokey Robinson
      • Iris Gordy, Former Motown Records Executive
      • Adam Ant, Performer, Motown 25
      • Russ Terrana, Former Motown Records Engineer


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      Disc #6

      THE PEOPLE
      Exclusive Interviews with:
      • Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, Producers
      • Nelson George, Writer
      • Ruth Adkins Robinson, Writer, Motown 25
      • Buz Kohan, Head Writer, Motown 25
      • David Goldberg, Executive in Charge of Production, Motown 25
      • Janie Bradford, Songwriter/Motown Records Employee
      • Don Waller, Author
      • George and Jolene Schlatter, George Schlatter Productions
      • Michael Lovesmith, President/COO, West Grand Media
      • Rick Ludwin, Former Head of NBC Specials
      • Michael Black, Former ICM Agent
      • Tony Jones, Former Motown Executive


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      • #4
        Suzanne de Passe über die Motown 25 DVD-Veröffentlichung
        Es war die Show, die Michael Jackson in die Stratosphäre geschickt, brüniert Diana Ross ?? Diva Ruf und gab Marvin Gaye eine endgültige hochkarätige Bühne.
        Aber es dauerte 31 Jahre für ?? Motown 25 ", um es auf DVD zu machen, die am Dienstag passieren wird, wenn die historische Sendung wird von Timelife sowohl in einer drei-Disc-Set ausgegeben und Sechs-Disc-Deluxe-Version, mit digital restaurierten Video-und ein 5.1-Surround-Mix.
        ?? Motown 25, ?? Die Detroit geborene Label ?? Jubiläumsvierteljahrhundert feiert, wurde bei LA ?? s Pasadena Civic Auditorium März 1983 aufgenommen und zwei Monate später für ein Publikum von NBC 47 Millionen ausgestrahlt.
        Die Zwei-Stunden-Programm traf eine kulturelle Sweet Spot , lockt junge Zuschauer für Jackson und Zeichnung Baby-Boomer, deren ?? 60er Nostalgie wurde in den höchsten Gang zu treten. Beide Publikum bekam, was sie wollte: Jackson, dessen ?? Thriller ?? wurde die Welt übernimmt, dass der Frühling, serviert seinen legendären Moonwalk-jetzt, und eine Vielzahl von seinem ehemaligen Kollegen Motown Vintage geführt: Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson, die Supremes, die Temptations, The Four Tops.
        heute die Vorstellung von einem? ? Motown Familie ?? ist ein Grundnahrungsmittel der Hitsville Geschichte. ?? Motown 25 "festigte dieses Konzept, sagt Produzent Suzanne de Passe ................................... .......... ........................................ .......... ........................................ .......... ........................................ .......... ........................................ .......... ........................................ ........ hier der Rest: http://vallieegirl67.com/2014/09/28/...5-dvd-release/
        Zuletzt geändert von Tijaju; 29.09.2014, 20:57.

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          Ist wohl noch nicht soweit mit der DVD ... ... na ja ... is ja eh bald weihnachten


          Ein Q & A beginnend mit den worten, zit.;

          "Operator:
          Hello and thank you for joining us today for an interview with award winning entertainment executive Suzanne De Passe, and Rock an Roll Hall of Famer, The Four Tops's Duke Fakir. This call is in advance of the StarVista Entertainment, Time Life release of Motown 25, Yesterday, Today, Forever". You can refer your readers to motown25dvds.com for more information and to purchase the
          collection. ..."


          Alles übrige in dieser pdf, zur verfügung gestellt von legendarymichaeljackson.nl.













          Decades later, iconic 'Motown 25' at last hits DVD

          Brian McCollum, Detroit Free Press Pop Music Writer 11:24 p.m. EDT September 27, 2014

          (Photo: Scoop Marketing)


          It was the show that sent Michael Jackson into the stratosphere, burnished Diana Ross' diva reputation and gave Marvin Gaye a final high-profile stage.
          But it took 31 years for "Motown 25" to make it onto DVD, which will happen Tuesday when the historic broadcast is issued by TimeLife in both a three-disc set and six-disc deluxe version, with digitally restored video and a 5.1 surround mix.
          "Motown 25," celebrating the Detroit-born label's quarter-century anniversary, was taped at L.A.'s Pasadena Civic Auditorium in March 1983 and aired two months later for an NBC audience of 47 million.
          The two-hour program hit a cultural sweet spot, luring young viewers for Jackson and drawing Baby Boomers whose '60s nostalgia was kicking into high gear. Both audiences got what they wanted: Jackson, whose "Thriller" was taking over the world that spring, served up his now-iconic moonwalk, and a host of his former Motown colleagues performed vintage stuff: Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson, the Supremes, the Temptations, the Four Tops.
          Today the notion of a "Motown family" is a staple of the Hitsville story. "Motown 25" helped cement that concept, says producer Suzanne de Passe.
          Suzanne de Passe, pictured today, was producer of “Motown 25” in 1983. (Photo: Elaine Lee )

          "I don't think until 'Motown 25' the rest of the world really got to understand that — that regardless of anything else, the coming back together was … the bigger feeling of love and appreciation for what they had experienced together," says de Passe, then head of Berry Gordy Jr.'s Motown Productions.
          "It was like we all came back together for Thanksgiving dinner," says the Tops' Duke Fakir.
          The DVD set's bonus footage has its own charms, including little-seen rehearsals by Wonder and Gaye, who gamely endures a clunky stage lift before practicing his eloquent monologue and piano journey through black music history. Also included are taped roundtables with de Passe, director Don Mischer and artists, along with historical Motown featurettes.
          A DVD release was held up for years because of song and image license clearances, says de Passe, with TimeLife's muscle ultimately breaking the logjam. Also demanding input was Jackson's estate, because "they have a number of their own projects going and just didn't want to, I suspect, flood the marketplace," she says.
          With appearances by the likes of Adam Ant, DeBarge and host Richard Pryor, the show is as much a snapshot of 1983 as a celebration of Motown history. It's also a glimpse of an era when mass, shared cultural moments could still happen on a random Monday night.
          Today, "where the competition for eyeballs and interest and pocketbooks is so unbelievably competitive and there are so many choices, it seems as though that unless it's a specific sporting event or some monumental programming, then it's very hard to have that water cooler moment," says de Passe.
          "Motown 25" certainly delivered its share of memorable touchstones: the musical battle between the Tempts and the Tops, Gaye's powerful speech, Lionel Richie's call for sickle-cell research, Gordy's triumphant curtain call. But none loomed larger than Jackson's performance of "Billie Jean," which introduced his moonwalk and immortalized his sequined, white-gloved image.
          It almost didn't happen: Jackson and his brothers had split Motown for Epic Records seven years earlier, and only a personal entreaty from Gordy coaxed him aboard for the night, de Passe recounts. The star's attorneys demanded that the performance not be taped for TV, but when de Passe assured Jackson he had an editing-room veto, he was won over.
          "If you see him in the finale, he's as happy as he can be," says de Passe.
          "Motown 25" produced another enduring talking point, one long shrouded in mystery: the Supremes' closing reunion performance of "Someday We'll Be Together," with Gordy called down to take his moment onstage. You'll get a different reading of events depending whose fans you talk to. Diana Ross supporters will tell you Mary Wilson and Cindy Birdsong set out to sabotage the lead singer by singing over her and mimicking her moves; Wilson fans say that Ross literally muscled her way into the spotlight.
          For three decades, rumors have swirled about what really went down live at the auditorium, unaired on TV, the worst of them claiming that Ross shoved Wilson to the stage floor. The taped footage, goes the scuttlebutt, was destroyed.
          Wrong, and wrong, according to de Passe. No such footage was burned, because it never existed, the producer says: Wilson, caught up in the enthusiasm of the moment, had simply jumped the gun on calling Gordy to the stage, and Ross pushed her microphone down, trying to stick with the sequence scripted by producers.
          "People just seemed to blow it out of proportion," says de Passe. "I don't even know where it really started."
          The cameras, at that point aimed on Gordy, didn't capture the onstage mishap, de Passe contends.
          "(No footage) burned, nothing averted, no," she says. "I think in 31 years or whatever it's been, if we had it, we'd have used it to actually dispel the perception that there was some terrible altercation."
          "Motown 25" created lingering effects for many participants: Jackson's fame soared even higher. The Temptations and Four Tops got a middle-age career boost, and hit the road together. That night's version of the Supremes never again reunited. Gaye set the stage for his summer concert tour — the last before his death the next spring. De Passe won an Emmy and was propelled to a TV career that would include the 1989 miniseries "Lonesome Dove."
          And Gordy, whose new Broadway musical portrays "Motown 25" as a redemptive moment amid a career slump, enjoyed "a validation and a celebration of the joint accomplishments," as de Passe puts it.
          "Until the whole thing was put together," she says, "I don't think any of us really understood what we had all accomplished."
          Contact Brian McCollum: 313-223-4450 or bmccollum@freepress.com.
          'Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever'
          DVD release: three-disc set ($39.98) and six-disc deluxe set ($79.95)
          TimeLife/StarVista Entertainment

          Quelle: freep.com


          Werd's bei gelegenheit übersetzen .. falls interesse.




          Zuletzt geändert von rip.michael; 04.10.2014, 20:22.

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          • #6
            Kam das jetzt schon raus oder nicht ? Ist das denn dann in HD oder irgendwie besser als das, was wir bereits haben ?

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            • #7
              also bei amazon.com kann man die 3 dvd version bestellen, aber ich würde auch gern die special mit 6 dvd s haben.

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              • #8
                Vielleicht habe ich es übersehen, aber auf keiner der 6 Disks sind die Jacksons mit ihrem Auftritt??

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                • #9
                  Na also ... geht doch!!

                  Das 6er DVD box set überarbeitet und verbessert erscheint endlich zum 27.09.2016 !

                  Inhalte der 6 DVD's sind hier wiedergegeben *klick*

                  Ist ja bald weihnachten !

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                  • #10
                    ahja gut an weihnachten kommt so viel raus ob ich mir DAS dann antun muss, weiß ich nicht aber für die die es möchten und darauf gewartet haben, geht ja ein traum in erfüllung

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                    • #11
                      Ist schon interessant ... jedenfalls für mich. Diese ganze Motown ära, viele künstler, die MJ/Jackson 5/Jacksons prägten.
                      Ohne was falsches zu sagen gilt wohl: ohne Motown keine Jackson 5/Jacksons ... kein MJ.

                      Es wäre sicher nicht wirklich gerechtfertigt, MOTOWN 25 auf die J5/ Michael Jackson solokünstler zu reduzieren.
                      Sie waren teil der show, dieses ganzen giant circus.

                      Freilich war's was ganz spezielles, MJs Billie Jean / moonwalk in diesem rahmen zu sehen ... und bis heute zu feiern!



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